salen juntos

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salen juntos
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (in statements; second person plural)
a. you're going out together
Todos saben que salen juntos. Ya no es un secreto.Everybody knows you're going out together. It's no longer a secret.
b. you're going out
Si salen juntos hace meses, ¿por qué nunca los vimos besarse?If you're going out for months, why haven't we never seen you kissing?
2. (in statements; third person plural)
a. they're going out together
¿Conoces a Jimena y Mariano? Salen juntos.Do you know Jimena and Mariano? They're going out together.
b. they're going out
Salen juntos desde que Sebastián dejó a su novia.They're going out since the time Sebastian left her girlfriend.
3. (in questions; second person plural)
a. are you going out together
¿Qué pasa entre tú y Marcos? ¿Salen juntos?What's going on between you and Marcos? Are you going out together?
b. are you going out
Vemos que pasas mucho tiempo con Andrea. ¿Salen juntos?We noticed you spend a lot of time with Andrea. Are you going out?
4. (in questions; third person plural)
a. are they going out together
¿Salen juntos? - No. Alisa dijo que solo son amigos.Are they going out together? - No. Alisa said they're just friends.
b. are they going out
¿Salen juntos? - Sí, pero no quieren que se enteren sus exparejas.Are they going out? - Yes, but they don't want their exes to find out.
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